Self Powered Sighting System
SeeAll Sights do not require any batteries, or electronics purchased from the store. No need to worry if your sight will be able to power on next time you need it! Get a sight that is dependable, battery free, offered with tritium, and made right here in the USA!
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Tritium & Non Tritium Sight
Our New Mk3 Plate System sight is the best optic you can add. This sight has everything you could ask for! Durability, accuracy, lighting, compact size, price point, and so much more! Enjoy the simplicity of a SeeAll Sight NOW!
Delta, or Crosshair
The most popular reticle throughout our product line. Its simple point of the delta for point of impact is hard to beat! Providing more in the optic for your eye to see you will find that the delta reticle is quick to acquire, and pin point accurate.
Now offered in all of the SeeAll Products. Point of impact is the intersection of the vertical, and horizontal line. Each line is 8MOA for bullet drop compensation.
And a very excellent design.
I want to use it for all my guns.
This thing is awesome!
The sights themselves are great, no problems out of it so far. However, I've gotten about 50 emails to review it. I get one about once a day/ every 2 days. So, if youre going to buy one, opt out of emails because they will pester the living shit out of you.
I like it wish the R was not so easily seen
I got the micro on sale and for the price I paid it is definitely worth it. Love all American made product! Works well if you are use to shooting both eyes open and I say about as quick as red dots once you get use to it. There is a little learning curve but with one dryfire season or range day you should be proficient with it. Granted I usually average over 10k rounds a year and do run and gun competitions so learning curve may very. Eotechs and trijicon rmrs are still my go to for competitions "duty" setups but this is a great little USA made optic that i put on a fun project build.
After I got this sight dialed in, I hit bullseye every time from about 20 yards. Seems durable, and I am very pleased that I will never have to replace any batteries. Keep up the good work on product development.
I had mounted a red dot sight on a revolver and loved the accuracy it enabled, but it would glitch and not always be visible. When I had the SeeAll brought to my attention by a friend I was interested but to be honest I thought the sight picture is odd. But your sale enticed me to try it and the results convinced me to leave it on the old revolver! Results are key! I have yet to bench rest the old girl and see if I can duplicate my previous success but will do so soon. Thanks for the non-powered option, it sits really nicely up top of a Ruger Blackhawk. ;)
I installed it on my AR and it works very well if you don’t care about magnifying. it was to be a 100 yard shooter anyway, does great
I am very new to shooting with a sight but found this to be an easy adaptation. Very tight grouping on my shots. Would have been way easier to have the adaptor plate included but other than that great product.
I received the micro tritium sight in the mail yesterday and mounted it on my Thompson Pro hunter Encore Muzzleloader this evening. Mounting the sight on the gun was effortless.the sight is compacact and light weight. I am impressed with the quality of the sight. the tritium feature will give me additional low light targeting of game in first as well as last light. I will give a further review once I've ahd a chance to sight it in. as it stands right now. I would recommend this sight.
Work well as backup sights
This the best open sight on the market I call it the precision open sight
Easy to use and adjust great addition to my AR Pistol i needed a spacer to make it comfortable but they recommend u do it in the directions for AR's even got 2 day shipping and it didnt get there in the 2 days and they refunded my shipping fee. So im very happy with it.
Tiny, light, and accurate. I have 0 complaints. It does have a slight learning curve if you're used to red dots but it takes a range session or two to figure out out
Due to Heath issues I haven’t mounted it yet